Cambridge University Press publishes a few books that may be helpful:
* Corpus Linguistics by Biber, Conrad & Reppen
* Corpora in Applied Linguistics by Hunston
* English Corpus Linguistics by Meyer
* Genre Analysis by Swales
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On 11/7/2002 7:33 AM, Isa Abdul kaader <I.Abdulfirstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just started on my course in Corpus Linguistics but alas due
>introduction, I seem to be completely lost. Could anyone of you kind
>direct me to any reading or sites that gives clear introduction on
>Corpus Linguistics, the areas of concerns within the field.
> I would on the whole like to know how to complie the needed corpus.
>purely interested in technical writing ( be it technical reports
>writing) and the methodology to analyse.
> many thanks for your help.
>A desperate soul
>Quoting Veronika Koller <Veronika.Koller@isis.wu-wien.ac.at>:
>> Dear list members,
>> has anyone come acrooss the problem described below and found a
>> Whenever I want to save a concordance as a txt or Word file, copy
>> it to Word or the Editor, and even when expanding concordance lines,
>> node word changes to seemingly anywhere in the text, making it
>> to properly work with attested results.
>> Since this is starting to drive me crazy, your help in maintaining
>> in academia will be much appreciated indeed. ;-)
>> Thanks a lot.
>> Veronika Koller
>> Mag.a Veronika Koller
>> Department of English/Business English
>> Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration
>> Augasse 9
>> A-1090 Vienna
>> Tel.: 43/1/31336-4068
>> Fax: 43/1/31336-747
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